In Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, PreBorn Americans United (PAU) is horrified and saddened by Justice Samuel Alito’s proposed majority decision. His viewpoint will result in a reduction of 886,000 to 600,000 never-born children annually, but it will not put an end to the Great American Abortion Holocaust of 63 million never-born life. Alito uncritically referenced and reaffirmed Roe’s science-rejecting “potential life” seven times without taking notice of scientific facts that would define preborn as actual life and abortion as murder, despite the fact that this decision has managed to create a “nexus” between Roe v. Wade, Planned Parenthood v. Casey, Dred Scott v. Sandford, and Dobbs by treating the subject of each respective decision as subhuman as “potential
Even worse, Alito makes reference to the so-called “viability” criterion set by Roe—that an infant is not viable until after 24 weeks gestation—but neglects to mention that since 1973, when Roe was initially decided, developments in medical technology have fundamentally altered this standard. This indicates that for decades now, fetuses have been aborted before they ever had a chance to be viable or to experience life itself! Their right to life, which is protected by our constitution, is being violated by this serious injustice.
PAU implores Judge Alito and the other Supreme Court justices to reconsider their stance and think about defending all preborn lives by acknowledging them as human beings with basic legal rights under our Constitution. In order to achieve this goal, we must fundamentally alter the way we think about unborn children. Rather than simply viewing them as potential individuals who can be easily extinguished if unwanted or inconvenient, we must see them as persons deserving of the same basic human rights as other citizens. It’s time for us to acknowledge that every single unborn child needs protection from those who want to kill them through demand-driven abortion!